The ban on entry into Italy from three Asian countries, India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, has been extended. The Italian government took the decision on Sunday to deal with the Indian version of the novel coronavirus. This ban will remain in force till June 21.
NDTV reported the news on Monday quoting the news agency AFP.
Itarians living in the three countries are not subject to the ban, the report said. The ban was imposed at the end of last April. Its term was extended again on Sunday.
According to the report, Italian nationals residing in these three countries are not subject to sanctions. The ban was imposed at the end of last April. Its term was extended again on Sunday.
According to the World Health Organization, the potential for transmission of new strains of corona, including the Indian strain, is worrying.
The company further said that the Indian version of the Corona has officially spread to 53 countries. In addition, the species has been identified in seven other countries.
The ongoing ban on coronavirus infection in Chapainawabganj has been extended for the next one week. Deputy Commissioner Manjurul Hafeez made the announcement at a press conference in the conference room of his office around 12 noon on Monday.
He said that in view of the current situation of Covid virus-infected Covid-19 infection, all previous restrictions have been extended till midnight on June 8.
There will be another seven days of severe lockdown in the entire district from 12 noon on Monday to next Sunday. However, emergency services will continue at this time. Emergency services such as agricultural inputs, food grain transportation, covid vaccines, relief distribution, media personnel, internet line connection will be outside the scope of the lockdown.
All types of vehicles will be closed due to strict lockdown. However, ambulances and freight trucks will operate. Besides, industrial workers will travel in their own transport.
For the next 7 days, as before, no transport will be able to enter Chapainawabganj from outside the district and will not be able to go anywhere else from the district. That means inter-district transport will be closed.
He said all types of shops and weekly stalls would be closed during the lockdown. However, the raw material market, daily necessities and pharmacy will remain open. If someone goes out in an emergency, they must wear a mask. Even more than 20 people cannot take part in the five daily prayers including Jumma.
Earlier on May 24, a seven-day strict lockdown was declared in the entire district due to the increase in corona infection in Chapainawabganj.